Start standing on one leg facing away from the anchor point with one foot suspended in both foot cradles. Brace your core and focus on standing up straight as though you are performing a single-leg plank while standing up. Drop your hips down and back into a deep lunge. Keep the shin of your working leg vertical and your chest up. Stop at the bottom when working knee is at 90 degrees. Drive through your front leg to return to the top of your lunge. Engage your core and keep your chest and head up throughout the entire movement.
Why TRX suspension Training?
Our primary goal as rehab and performance professionals is to deliver safe and effective movement progressions that can be utilized to enhance qualities including joint health, tissue extensibility and nervous system efficiency. TRX movements can be scaled (progressed/regressed) and utilized with manual therapy techniques and other modalities. The suspension trainer can be used anywhere by anyone and is very effective for use in home exercise programs.